Making Beach Pebbles from Polymer Clay with Cynthia Tinapple

Making Beach Pebbles from Polymer Clay

Instructor Bio: 
100 minutes

Join polymer clay artist and blogger Cynthia Tinapple and learn how to create realistic pebbles from polymer clay. Cynthia shares her recipes and methods for mixing polymer clay to create your own realistic-looking faux stones and beach pebbles.

Cynthia says, "Being able to create these life like beach pebbles is a skill that even the most beginner clay user can accomplish."

Watch and listen as Cynthia reveals to you tips and techniques you need to know to start creating your own faux beach stones and pebbles. Using close-up photographs of each step of the process, plus Cynthia's detailed instruction, you’ll be creating using these techniques in no time!

This class provides expert instruction with clear follow-along visuals, and list of supplies needed.

**BONUS** Included are two bonus videos: Making Hoagie Cane and A Wishing Stone!

PLEASE NOTE: This is a CraftCast Vintage Video, created before it was possible to incorporate High Definition video, as we do today. How far we have come in such a short time!

Class was recorded live so, just like in more recent videos, you’ll hear the live Q&A with other students.

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Covered In This Class: 
  • color mixing
  • creating patterns in stones
  • fool-proof baking
  • jewelry inspiration ideas
  • finishing techniques
Materials Used In This Class: 
  • Premo Translucent 5310 for matte finish stones
  • Kato polyclay translucent for shiny finish stones
  • Cernit Nature Colors
  • Tim Holtz Distress Embossing Powders
    (or art sand, sand, dirt, charcoal, pepper, salt, paprika, tumeric, and other spices for color)
  • Kemper circle cutters
  • Oxo Good Grips Pastry Scraper
  • Victoria James Texture Sheets
  • Magnetic clasps
  • Rubber Stamps

Included with your video is a full-color PDF class handout with teacher's tips, notes and links to all the resources you need to get started. PLUS two bonus videos: Making Hoagie Cane and A Wishing Stone!

Please note: this is not a stand-alone guide but simply a quick-reference for your convenience.